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The Influence of Paduan Aristotelianism and the Genesis of the British School

  • Marco SgarbiEmail author
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Part of the Studies in History and Philosophy of Science book series (AUST, volume 32)

Abstract

The last two decades of the sixteenth century in the British Isles saw the dissemination of the works of Paduan Aristotelianism, marking the definitive defeat of the Ramist logic which had enjoyed a brief but spectacular success, although it continued to be taught into the next century.

Keywords

Scientific Knowledge Scientific Method Sixteenth Century British Isle Universal Concept 
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References

  1. Argall, John. 1605. Ad artem dialecticam introductio. London.Google Scholar
  2. Balfour, Robert. 1616. Commentaria in organum logicum Aristotelis. Bordeaux.Google Scholar
  3. Flavell, John. 1619. Tractatus de demonstratione methodicus et polemicus. Oxford.Google Scholar
  4. Pace, Giulio. 1612. Logicae rudimenta. London.Google Scholar
  5. Powell, Griffin. 1594. Analysis analyticorum posteriorum. Oxford.Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2012

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.MantovaItaly

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